Parent Presentations

Park Hill Partners on Presentations to Build Resilience in Children
This is the image for the news article titled Park Hill Partners on Presentations to Build Resilience in ChildrenPark Hill's Mental Health and Healthy Living program is working with Synergy Services, Tri-County Mental Health Services and Pine Ridge Presbyterian Church to host free presentations throughout February.

The Building Resilient Communities series includes a variety of mental health topics that include suicide prevention, digital safety and drug abuse.

The presentations are appropriate for adults and their children in middle and high school. Childcare is provided for younger children.

Suicide Prevention 101
Feb. 13 at 7 p.m.
Pine Ridge Presbyterian Church
Learn to detect danger signs in regard to death by suicide. Receive advice on when to take action, what to do, where to get help and how to have the difficult conversations around this topic. Presentation by Becky Milks and Katie Brewer, youth and family therapists with Synergy Services.

Safety in the Digital Age
Feb. 24 at 6 p.m.
Pine Ridge Presbyterian Church
Children have access to more and more social media platforms at an increasingly young age. Learn how to keep children safe in the digital world. Two simultaneous presentations will give the necessary information to the caregivers and to children and youth. Presentation by Esther Guzan and Tracie Rezzelle, prevention educators with Synergy Services.

Drugs: Use, Abuse & More
Feb. 28 at 7 p.m.
Pine Ridge Presbyterian Church
Learn about brain health, substance use, and current drug trends in our community. Learn why youth and adults start and continue to use, signs of substance use, and how and where to get help. Presentation by Sherri Miller, youth prevention specialist with Tri-County Mental Health Services.

Video from Pine Ridge Presbyterian Church 

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